2015 

Vol 28, No. 1 (October)
Sentencing Reform Distinctly Paced by Congress and the Supreme Court  

Vol 27, No. 4 (April)
The Risk Assessment Era: An Overdue Debate 

Vol 27, No. 3 (February)
Military Sentencing: Another Federal Sentencing System (Part II)


2014

Vol 27, No. 2 (December)
Military Sentencing, Another Federal Sentencing System (Part I)

Vol 27, No. 1 (October)
Ideas from Abroad and their Implementation at Home

Vol 26, No. 5 (June)
Gauging the Enduring Impact of Sentencing Reforms 

Vol 26, No. 4 (April)
Is the Drug War Ending or Retrenching? 


2013 

Vol 26, No. 2 (December)
New Momentum for Federal Sentencing Reform

Vol 26, No. 1 (October)
White-Collar Sentencing

Vol 25, No. 5 (June)
Examining the U.S. Sentencing Commission’s Latest Federal Sentencing Reports

Vol 25, No. 4 (April)
Realigning California Corrections

Vol 25, No. 3 (February)


2012 

Vol 25, No. 2 (December)

Vol 25, No. 1 (October)

Vol 24, No. 5 (June)
The Post-Booker Advisory Guidelines: Problem or Solution?

Vol 24, No. 4 (April)
Prisoner Rights and Habeas Corpus: Assessing the Impact of the 1996 Reforms


2011 

Vol 24, No. 2 (December)
Federal Child Pornography Sentencing 

Vol 24, No. 1 (October)
Sentencing Within Sentencing

Vol 23, No. 5 (June)
Sentencing and Social Science

Vol 23, No. 4 (April) 
Advice for the U.S. Sentencing Commissioners 

Vol 23, No. 3 (February)
The Fair Sentencing Act and Its Legal Aftermath


2010 

Vol 23, No. 2 (December)
Criminal Justice Policy Two Years After the Change Election 

Vol 23, No. 1 (October)
Life Without Parole

Vol 22, No. 5 (June)
Judicial Discretion: A Look Forward and a Look Back Five Years After Booker

Vol 22, No. 4 (April)
Common Problems and Different Solutions

Vol 22, No. 3 (February)
State of Emergency: The California Correctional Crisis


2009 

Vol 22, No. 2 (December)
Booker at Five

Vol 22, No. 1 (October)
Decreasing Incarceration in the Federal System: Alternative Sanctions, Diversion, and Other Models

Vol 21, No. 5 (June)
“Fast-Track” Sentencing

Vol 21, No. 4 (April)
On the Shoulders of Giants

Vol 21, No. 3 (February)
ABA Roundtable on “Second Look” Sentencing Reforms


2008

Vol 21, No. 2 (December)
Sex Offenders: Recent Developments in Punishment and Management

Vol 21, No. 1 (October)
Thoughts for the U.S. Sentencing Commission

Vol 20, No. 5 (June)
American Criminal Justice Policy in a "Change" Election

Vol 20, No. 4 (April)
Debates and Realities Surrounding Crack Retroactivity

Vol 20, No. 3 (February)
White-Collar Sentencing


2007 

Vol 20, No. 2 (December)
Prisoner Reentry

Vol 20, No. 1 (October)
Learning from Libby

Vol 19, No. 5 (June)
Assessing Crack-Cocaine and Mandatory Minimum Sentencing Provisions

Vol 19, No. 4 (April)
Information-based Sentencing Analysis

Vol 19, No. 3 (February)
Claiborne & Rita: Reasonableness Review in the Supreme Court


2006 

Vol 19, No. 2 (December)
Victims and Sentencing II: Beyond the CVRA

Vol 19, No. 1 (October)
Victims and Sentencing I: Victim Impact Evidence, the Crime Victims’ Rights Act and Kenna

Vol 18, No. 5 (June)
Toward Real Reform: The Constitution Project Recommendations: Model Federal Sentencing Guidelines

Vol 18, No. 4 (April)
Sentencing at the Supreme Court

Vol 18, No. 3 (February)
Taking Stock a Year After Booker


2005

Vol 18, No. 2 (December)
Defense Perspectives on the Post-Booker World

Vol 18, No. 1 (October)
The State of Blakely in the States

Vol 17, No. 5 (June)
Is a Booker Fix Needed?

Vol 17, No. 4 (April)
The Booker Aftershock


2004 

Vol 17, No. 2 (December)
Further Implications of Blakely

Vol 17, No. 1 (October)
Considering the Post-Blakely World

Vol 16, No. 5 (June)
The Blakely Earthquake

Vol 16, No. 4 (April)
Broader Perspectives on the Feeney Amendment 

Vol 16, No. 3 (February)
Risk Assessment: Methodologies and Application


2003 

Vol 16, No. 2 (December)
Early Reverberations of the Feeney Amendment 

Vol 16, No. 1 (October)
Finding, Interpreting and Using Sentencing Data

Vol 15, No. 5 (June)
The Feeney Amendment: Roots and Reactions

Vol 15, No. 4 (April)
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act and Federal Economic Crime Sentencing

Vol 15, No. 3 (February)
Federal Sentencing Guidelines Symposium


2002 

Vol. 15, No. 2 (December)
Apprendi’s Progeny

Vol 15, No. 1 (October)
Recent State Reforms II: The Impact of New Fiscal and Political Realities

Vol 14, No. 6 (May/June)
Recent State Reforms/Developments in Sentencing Drug Offenders

Vol 14, No. 5 (March/April)
Immigration Offenses and Non-Citizen Offenders


2001

Vol 14, No. 3-4 (November/December 2001 to January/February 2002)
Drug Sentencing: The State of the Debate in 2002

Vol 14, No. 2 (September/October)
Forfeiture: Recent Reform and Future Outlook

Vol 14, No. 1 (July/August)
Perspectives on the Federal Death Penalty

Vol 13, No. 6 (May/June)
Criminal History in Practice

Vol 13, No. 5 (March/April)
Reconsidering Family Circumstances

Vol 13, No. 3-4 (November/December 2000 to January/February 2001)
Pardon Power and Sentencing Policy


2000

Vol 13, No 2 (September/October)
Special Jurisdictional Issues in Federal Sentencing

Vol 13, No. 1 (July/August)
Economic Crime Package: Resolving Issues of Severity, Definition, and Flexibility

Vol 12, No. 6 (May/June)
Assessing Apprendi 

Vol 12, No. 5 (March/April)
Collateral Sentencing Consequences and Reentry of Released Offenders

Vol 12, No. 4 (January/February)
Finding Facts at Sentencing: Who Decides? What Rules Govern?


1999

Vol 12, No. 3 (November/December)
The Murphy Commission’s Opening Agenda: Jurisdictional Disparity

Vol 12, No. 2 (September/October)
Advice to the New Commissioners

Vol 12, No. 1 (July/August)
Sentence Severity: Substantial Assistance; Shaming Penalties

Vol 11, No. 6 (June)
The Role and Impact of Defense Counsel

Vol 11, No. 5 (March/April)
Juvenile Sentencing

Vol 11, No. 4 (January/February)
Developments in Sentencing


1998

Vol 11, No. 3 (November/December)
he Federalization of Criminal Prosecution and Sentencing 

Vol 11, No. 2 (September/October)
Substantial Assistance: State Sentencing Commissions: Sentencing Literature

Vol 11, No. 1 (July/August)
Substantial Assistance Appeal Waivers Revisited

Vol 10, No. 6 (May/June)
Teaching Sentencing in the Age of Guidelines 

Vol 10, No. 5 (April)
Sentencing in England: The Rise of Populist Punishment

Vol 10, No. 4 (January/February)
Crack/Cocaine, Appeal Waivers, Dangerous Offenders


1997 

Vol 10, No. 3 (November/December)
Rethinking “Loss” in Fraud and Theft Cases

Vol 10, No. 2 (September/October)
Sex Offender Sentencing and Treatment

Vol 10, No. 1 (July/August)
FSR Highlights from a Decade of Guideline Sentencing

Vol 9, No. 6 (May/June)
Reflections on Koon, Watts, and a Low Profile Commission

Vol 9, No. 5 (March/April)
Crime and Sentencing in Canada

Vol 9, No. 4 (January/February)
Criminal History and the Purposes of Sentencing 


1996 

Vol 9, No. 3 (November/December)
New Approaches to Offender Characteristics

Vol 9, Nov. 2 (September/October)
Reforming Sentence Reform: Internal Commission Rules and Revised Guidelines Principles

Vol 9, Nov. 1 (July/August)
Koon v. United States: The Supreme Court’s Puzzling Ruling on Departures and Discretion

Vol 8, No. 6 (May/June)
Assessing the Probation Officers’ Survey: Does Fact Bargaining Undermine the Sentencing Guidelines?

Vol 8, No. 5 (March/April)
Immigration and Sentencing

Vol 8, No. 4 (January/February)
Organizational Fines for Environmental Offenders


1995 

Vol 8, No. 3 (November/December)
Gender and Sentencing

Vol 8, No. 2 (September/October)
Sentencing Reform’s Cutting Edge: Views from Across the Country

Vol 8, No. 1 (July/August)
Forum: The New Commission’s Challenge

Vol 7, No. 6 (May/June)
Sentencing in Europe

Vol 7, No. 5 (March/April)
Similarities and Inconsistencies among the Circuits, 1994-1995

Vol 7, No. 4 (January/February)
Criminal Law Defenses at Sentencing

Vol 7, No. 3 (November/December)
Thinking about Guidelines as a Criminal Code

Vol 7, No. 2 (September/October)
Three Strikes Statutes: Goals, Problems, and Precedents

Vol 7, No. 1 (July/August)
The Disproportionate Imprisonment of Low-level Drug Offenders

Vol 6, No. 6 (May/June)
Justice Department’s Guidance for Prosecutors: Fifteen Years of Charging & Plea Policies

Vol 6, No. 5 (March/April)
Guideline Developments in the Circuits

Vol 6, No. 4 (January/February)
Supervised Release


1993

Vol 6, No. 3 (November/December)
State Sentencing Reforms

Vol 6, No. 2 (September/October)
The Chasm Between the Judiciary and Congress Over Mandatory Minimum Penalties

Vol 6, No. 1 (July/August)
Independent Research on Federal Sentencing

Vol 5, No. 6 (May/June)
Local Conditions

Vol 5, No. 5 (Mary/April)
Contrasts among Circuits, 1992

Vol 5, No. 4 (January/February)
Forum on the Sentencing Guidelines Suggestions for the New Administration and the 103rd Congress


1992

Vol 5, No. 3 (November/December)
The Four Year USSC & GAO Impact Reports

Vol 5, No. 2 (September/October)
Evidentiary Rules at Sentencing

Vol 5, No. 1 (July/August)
Developments in the Use of Departures

Vol 4, No. 6 (May/June)
The Amendment Process and Guideline Reform

Vol 4, No. 5 (March/April)
Guideline Fact-Finding and Burdens of Proof

Vol 4, No. 4 (January/February)
Turmoil over Relevant Conduct in the Ninth Circuit


1991

Vol 4, No. 3 (November/December)
Perspectives on Disparity in Guideline Research

Vol 4, No. 2 (September/October)
Probation Officers and the Guidelines

Vol 4, No. 1 (July/August)
Intermediate Sanctions

Vol 3, No. 6 (May/June)
Purposes at Sentencing

Vol 3, No. 5 (March/April)
Reexamining the Statute

Vol 3, No. 4 (January/February)
Plea Bargaining Under the Guidelines


1990

Vol 3, No. 3 (November/December)
Sentencing Corporations

Vol 3, Nov. 2 (September/October)
Reconsidering Drug Sentences: The Failure of Congress and the Commission to Acknowledge Limited Culpability

Vol 3, No. 1 (June/July)

Vol 2, No. 8 (April/May)
Proportionality Principles for Measuring Departures

Vol 2, No. 7 (February/March)
The Sentencing Commission and its Critics


1989 

Vol 2, No. 6 (December 1989 to January 1990)
Offender Characteristics and Mandatory Minimums

Vol 2, No. 4 (October)

Vol 2, No. 3 (September)

Vol 2, No. 2 (July/August)

Vol 2, No. 1 (June)

Vol 1, No. 10 (May)

Vol 1, No. 9 (April)

Vol 1, No. 8 (February/March)

Vol 1, No. 7 (January)


1988

Vol 1, No. 6 (December)

Vol 1, No. 5 (November)

Vol 1, No. 4 (October)

Vol 1, No. 3 (September)

Vol 1, No. 2 (July/August)

Vol 1, No. 1 (June)